- 270 m-osmole/l.
- from 30 to 570 m-osmole/l., irrespective of whether the solute was sucrose, from 100 to 670 m-osmole/l.
- Define osmosis & semipermeable solutions
- solute concentration to an area of high solute concentration osmole. • measure of the solutions. • eg pure water is hypotonic relative to red cell [.
- Osmole and Water Excretion in Mercurial Diuresis in Congestive
- Osmole and Water Excretion in Mercurial Diuresis in Congestive Heart Failure. By NORTON SPRITZ, M.D.
- minimal urinary osmolality of 53 m-osmole kg-', was observed on only
- mained within the normal range for pigs of 500-900 m-osmole kg-'. and samples .
- Actualización en hiponatremia
- En efecto, debido a que el sodio es un osmol predominante en el compartimiento del líquido extracelular, los médicos consideran que la hiponatremia es sinónimo de hipoosmolaridad.
- Osmole (unit) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- This article is about the osmole unit. For the osmolarity, see Osmolarity.
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